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by Jim Proudfoot

Pro Hockey '84-'85 download ebook
ISBN:
077010309X
ISBN13:
978-0770103095
Author:
Jim Proudfoot
Publisher:
Paperjacks (1984)
ePUB:
1900 kb
Fb2:
1370 kb
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Rating:
4.6

Jim Proudfoot’s most popular book is 1973-74 Pro Hockey Handbook.

Jim Proudfoot’s most popular book is 1973-74 Pro Hockey Handbook. 75-76 by. Jim Proudfoot. 1975-76 Pro Hockey NHL Guide by.

10 results for jim proudfoot. PRO HOCKEY 1974-75 Jim Proudfoot NHL Team Stats Guide - Player Profiles. Pro Hockey 73-74 Jim Proudfoot NHL 223 PAGES BOOK.

Proudfoot was born in the West Country on 16 December 1972, but moved to the Midlands at a young age. He was educated at Solihull School

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Book is used, in very good condition with some wear on the covers and some yellowing of inside pages. Featured on cover is 53-goal scorer .

Jim Proudfoot has written: 'Pro hockey NHL '77-'78'. Tony Proudfoot has written: 'First and goal' - subject(s): Canadian Football League, Canadian football, Football players, History, Interviews. When was James Proudfoot born? James Proudfoot was born in 1908. When was David Proudfoot born? David Proudfoot was born in 1838.

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Jim Proudfoot Hockey 1983-84 said: Through the early weeks of 1982-83, the hottest stick in the NHL belonged to Bernie Nicholl. hen came torn knee ligaments, surgery and a long convalescence. hen came torn knee ligaments, surgery and a long convalescenc. ctually, though, Nicholls had foreshadowed all this by coming up from the minors late in 81-82 and scoring 14 times in 22 games. for a guy with so little experience, Nicholls is great at getting himself into position, says Dave Taylor. You get the puck into the goalmouth, for example, and he’ll find it somehow